Peter Spurr, Broker Associate   (760)366-7795   Peter@BrokerPeter.com

61525 El Coyote lane, Joshua Tree, CA 92252

Extraordinary Equestrian Refuge

3 bed  1.75 Bath   1436 Sq Ft   5 Acres   Horse Facilities   $239,000

       
 

Nestled in a peaceful, mountainous alcove on 5 serene acres amid dramatic rocky outcroppings and graced with mature trees and plants, this ranch with extensive horse facilities and a newly renovated home offers a secluded sanctuary in the desert.

The appealing mid-century lines of the home are complemented by period touches like varnished wooden walls, closets, cabinetry and fixtures.  Fresh paint, new carpet, and vinyl flooring add a sparkle to this clean, spacious dwelling.  Extensive corrals and stalls as well as tack rooms and outbuildings make this a horse-ready property.  Shade trees and flowering shrubs provide soothing shelter for all on this sprawling property.

The aptly-named hidden paradise area where this alluring compound is situated is one of Joshua Tree's best-kept secrets.  This elevated pocket of wilderness lies close to town, and yet it seems worlds away.  From the expansive covered porch, look down upon astonishing views of the valley below.    Listen to echoes of quail calls and coyote howls reverberating in the hills.  Horseback ride, hike or mountain bike, among the myriad trails that wind through rocks and hills on nearby government land.  

 
       
 

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  • Corrals and horse stalls.
  • New paint, new carpet, new vinyl flooring.
  • Warm, wooden accents throughout home.
  • Park-like atmosphere amid mature trees and flowering shrubs.
  • Inviting covered porch.
  • Tack and outbuildings.
  • Powerful vintage propane heating stove.
  • Evaporative cooling.
 
 
  Don't miss the opportunity to own an exceptional property in one of Joshua Tree's best locations.  

Call or email Peter Spurr at (760)366-7795.

www.JoshuaTree-RealEstate.com

 
       
 

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Copyright 2007 by Peter Spurr.